I get asked all the time what’s happening with the North Spokane Corridor and when the rest of the properties needed for the project will be acquired by the Washington State Department of Transportation. Well, here’s a good way to find out: WSDOT will host an open house from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 25, at the East Central Community Center, 500 S. Stone St. in Spokane, to present information on the next phase of real estate acquisition in regards to the NSC.
No formal presentation is planned, so you can drop by anytime during the meeting. Project details will be on display for viewing with Engineering and Real Estate Services staff on hand to listen, answer questions, and take comments on the project.
WSDOT will soon begin purchasing homes in the area south of I-90 between the Liberty Park and Sprague Avenue Interchanges. Purchases will begin on the east end of the project limits and proceed west. The parcels WSDOT purchases are needed in order to widen I90 and build a new interchange to connect I-90 to the NSC eventually.